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The Health Effects of E-cigarettes
Vaping, Juuling, using e-cigarettes. Calling it what you will, the long-term health consequences are not known. But UNC School of Medicine researchers are learning that these products and the flavors they contain are not without health effects. And some of the research is startling.
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E-Cigarettes Toxins Examined
Electronic cigarettes may produce unsafe carcinogens, according to a study from the Nicotine and Tobacco Research journal. The study showed that the risk was mainly true for certain e-cigarettes, which burn at such high temperatures that they produce formaldehyde through vaporization. However, while not entirely safe, the e-cigarette is still significantly safer than regular cigarettes. We look at the controversy surrounding this study along with potential ways to regulate electronic cigarettes, in this clip from the Lip News. http://thelip.tv/ http://thelip.tv/show/the-lip-news/ More Playlists from TheLipTV: The Lip News playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9d-21dWQh0&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGcjJDo6cQBCQprDMQyUQY3r BUZZSAW interview clips - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QmuLPicxYgE&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGeWhHPas6M9sKUhThquDNOc CRIME TIME clips playlist - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQnlkwupzIE&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGeC9DbpSnIvd2i9BHh2dBvv BYOD (Bring Your Own Doc) Highlight Videos- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCVZSWuonTQ&index=2&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGeu2DCf6Ouo7hTsA5QB2MAL MEDIA MAYHEM short videos playlist - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBhlYUUdkGY&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGcz4un-zws5sMlCLk3NNjDP&index=2 https://www.facebook.com/thelip.tv http://www.youtube.com/theliptv
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E-cigarettes Serve as Open Platforms
This is my take on e-cigarettes and their ability to provide an open platform for various negative issues that are relevant today's society. The issues range from a different topics such as; increased nicotine addiction, health abnormalities, and companies manufacturing unregulated products that are solicited for consumption. Please take a break and enjoy this interesting lecture from a student instead of a professor. Below are my MLA sources, enjoy! SOURCES: Primack BA, Sidani Je, Et. Al. “Initiation of Traditional Cigarette Smoking after Electronic Cigarette Use Among Tobacco-Naive US Yound Adults.” National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine, April 2018, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29242110. Accessed 29 Nov. 2018. Boseley, Sarah. “Hon Lik Invented the E-Cigarette to quit smoking-but Now He’s a Dual User.” TheGuardian.com, Guardian News, 2018, https://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/jun/09/hon-lik-e-cigarette-inventor-quit-smoking-dual-user. Accessed 01 Dec. 2018. Primack BA, Sidani Je, Et. Al. “Initiation of Traditional Cigarette Smoking after Electronic Cigarette Use Among Tobacco-Naive US Young Adults.” TheTruth.com, Truth Initiative, 2018, https://www.thetruth.com/the-facts/fact-399. Accessed 03 Dec. 2018. The Consumer Advocates for Smoke-Free Alternatives. “A Historical Timeline of E-Cigarettes.” Casaa.org, Consumer Advocates for Smoke-Free Alternatives, 2018, http://www.casaa.org/historical-timeline-of-electronic-cigarettes/. Accessed 28 Nov. 2018. McGill, Natalie. “Research on E-Cigarettes Examining Health Effects. (Cover Story)” Nation’s Health, vol. 43, no. 5, July 2013, pp. 1–10. EBSCOhost, http://thenationshealth.aphapublications.org/content/43/5/1.2. Accessed 02 Dec. 2018.
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Early research suggests health concerns for e-cigarettes
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E Cigarette health risk
Many shops in Stoke-on-Trent are selling the cheaper tobacco alternative, E Cigarettes, which deliver nicotine through a vapour rather than smoke, but there are debates over their safety. With around 650,000 smokers using the inhalers to help them give up smoking, sales should be through the roof. But when researchers from the University of Athens examined the effects of the electronic cigarette, the devices appeared to be harmful to the lungs, causing an immediate rise in airway resistance. At the moment, the E Cigarettes do not undergo any safety checks before being put on sale. Reporters; Kirsty Shelts and Sarah Harrison
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A Lung Doctor Takes On E-Cigarettes
(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) Watch the Entire Program Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fKefcR2v71g The sale of electronic cigarettes is on the rise but how safe are they? Dr. Laura Crotty Alexander joins our host Dr. David Granet to discuss the potential health risks of vaping including the potential for MRSA infections. Series: "Health Matters" [Show ID: 32413]
Study Announcement: Electronic cigarette liquids analysis-evaluating potentially harmful ingredients
Please support the indiegogo campaign at: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/electronic-cigarette-liquids-analysis-evaluating-potentially-harmful-ingredients This is Dimitris from Vapeteam introducing Dr Konstantinos Farsalinos, a well-known and respected researcher on electronic cigarettes safety/risk profile. For those not knowing him, he has been involved in electronic cigarette research since late 2011 and has published several studies in peer-reviewed medical journals as well as made several presentations of his work in international medical conferences. He strongly believes that electronic cigarettes are a revolution in tobacco harm reduction and supports that with further ressearch we can develop better quality products. A recent study performed by Dr Farsalinos revealed the presence of some potentially harmful-to-inhale ingredients in electronic cigarette liquids. In order to define the magnitude of the problem and provide the solution for the safety of all vapers, we decided to organize this fund-raising campaign and obtain as many e-liquid samples as possible that will be tested in an experienced and highly-specialized laboratory.
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How Dangerous Are E-Cigarettes and Vaping?
How Dangerous Are E-Cigarettes and Vaping? LIKE and SUBSCRIBE for more Health and Wellness Tips, Tricks and Knowledge-based videos : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ4_cvVfBBuoBoObQom-JLg?sub_confirmation=1 Everyone knows the potential risks and dangers associated with smoking with regular cigarettes, but how safe are the E-cigarettes and vaping of today's world? Learn the potential effects and process behind vaping. Electronic cigarettes, commonly known as e-cigarettes, are a relatively new phenomenon, becoming increasingly popular over the last several years. A recent study by the CDC shows that from 2011 to 2013, the number of never-smoking youth who tried e-cigarettes tripled from around 79,000 to over 263,000. E-cigarettes are marketed as a better alternative to traditional cigarettes, but as a new product, data regarding the health effects of these cigarette substitutes has taken time to catch up. However, recent analysis on the chemicals contained in the e-cigarette shows why it’s likely best to avoid the products entirely. Unlike traditional cigarettes, e-cigarettes are loaded with a vaporizable liquid. This fluid is made up of a number of chemicals, among them propylene glycol, glycerol, nicotine and a variety of flavoring substances. While these chemicals don’t sound entirely appealing, the new research shows that the real danger may be in how these compounds change when heated. To use an e-cigarette, you load the liquid and apply electricity, heating the liquid until it vaporizes. At this temperature, the chemicals inside the fluid undergo a breakdown process and are converted into other chemicals. Using an advanced measurement system called nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, scientists examined the new chemicals, and in the process, found a particularly concerning result. When the e-cigarette liquid broke down, it produced both formaldehyde and formaldehyde-releasing agents, a troubling result when you consider that formaldehyde is a known carcinogen. In fact, the recent article compares the risk of developing cancer from this e-cigarette toxin to the risk of cancer from smoking traditional cigarettes, and states that that the risk with e-cigarettes may be up to 15 times higher. Though e-cigarettes are still new, this initial data should be seriously considered. Even if there appear to be benefits to switching from traditional cigarettes to an electronic version, the long-term health consequences of this new alternative are far from fully understood, and this preliminary information indicates that the effects could range from less than safe to extremely dangerous. The verdict on whether e-cigarettes are better or worse than traditional cigarettes remains to be concluded, but if possible, staying away from these new products seems to be the safest option. LIKE and SUBSCRIBE for more Health and Wellness Tips, Tricks and Knowledge-based videos!
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Electronic or E-cigarettes: HARMFUL, says French report
A French study has found that electronic or e-cigarettes are not as harmless as many people think.... euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe for your daily dose of international news, curated and explained:http://eurone.ws/10ZCK4a Euronews is available in 13 other languages: http://eurone.ws/17moBCU http://www.euronews.com/2013/08/27/e-cigarettes-harmful-says-report A French study has found that electronic or e-cigarettes are not as harmless as many people think. The vapours can contain almost the same amounts of the carcinogenic compound formaldehyde as in a conventional cigarette. Thomas Laurenceau, the editor of French consumer magazine 60 Millions de consommateurs, said: "They are not as harmless as they pretend to be. That's why it's important to understand that it's not a game, don't take it lightly, it's not perfectly healthy." Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
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E-Cigarettes: We Need to Know
A new report published by RTI Press examines the public health concerns associated with secondhand exposure to e-cigarette emissions. We hit the streets to ask what you think about this important public health issue. RTI International is on the cutting edge of research to examine the public health impacts of e-cigarette marketing, exposure and use. For more information, visit http://www.rti.org/e-cigarettes. Report: http://www.rti.org/pubs/Secondhand_Exposure_to_Electronic_Cigarette_Emissions.pdf
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E-cigarettes can damage DNA
The popularity of electronic cigarettes continues to grow worldwide, as many people view them as a safer alternative to smoking. But the long-term effects of e-cigarette usage, commonly called “vaping,” are unknown. Today, researchers report that vaping may modify the genetic material, or DNA, in the oral cells of users, which could increase their cancer risk. Silvia Balbo, Ph.D. University of Minnesota Romel Dator, Ph.D. University of Minnesota
Dr. Michael Siegel on Why Electronic Cigarettes Work
During the 2013 Tobacco Merchants' Association Annual Meeting, we sat down with Michael Siegel of the Boston University School of Public Health and author of The Rest of The Story (http://tobaccoanalysis.blogspot.com). He spoke with us about his recent study examining why e-cigarette users have had such incredible success when compared with other smoking cessation methods. For more vaping related interviews and information on e-cigarettes, visit http://www.ecigadvanced.com
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Bad Vaping Research - Formaldehyde Found in Vaping - Tests are Faulty
A couple days ago, NBC news came out with an article explaining that researchers have found formaldehyde inside the liquid we know and love. But, a comeback from the American Vaping Association was released last night. Links: http://www.nbcnews.com/health/cancer/you-vape-high-levels-formaldehyde-hidden-e-cigs-n290826 http://vaping.info/news/2015/new-e-cig-study-hypes-formaldehyde-fears-based-faulty-experiments
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More BS about E-Cigs and Vaping
As e-cigarettes become more popular and the industry is now at 3 billion plus dollars we are starting to see more and more experts coming out of the woodwork. The latest one states that E-Cigs Have 10 Times More Carcinogens Than Traditional Tobacco this comes from some Japanese researchers. It's sad that they don't say who paid for the study and what their interest is having this study done. I have posted links to this article and the others that I mention in the video. So enjoy the video and subscribe to my channel and give me a thumbs up if you would. Thanks for watching. Links; E-Cigs Have 10 Times More Carcinogens Than Traditional Tobacco http://theantimedia.org/study-says-e-cigs-have-10-times-more-carcinogens/ Peering through the mist: systematic review of what the chemistry of contaminants in electronic cigarettes tells us about health risks http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2458/14/18/abstract Electronic cigarette aerosol contains 6 times LESS formaldehyde than tobacco cigarette smoke http://www.ecigarette-research.com/web/index.php/2013-04-07-09-50-07/2014/188-frm-jp Carbonyl Compounds Generated from Electronic Cigarettes http://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/11/11/11192/htm Don't forget to visit The Information Nation web site at; http://theinformationnation.com
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E-cigarette users at higher risk of heart attack
New Delhi, Aug 24(ANI): A new study has found that smoking an e-cigarette on a regular basis could double the risk of heart attack. According to a new analysis of a survey of nearly 70,000 people, the dual use of e-cigarettes and conventional cigarettes appears to be more dangerous than using either product alone. The study also found that the risks compound, so that daily use of both e-cigarettes and conventional cigarettes raises the heart attack risk five-fold in comparison to the people who don't use either product. However, the researchers also reported some good news if smokers quit. Electronic cigarettes typically deliver an aerosol of nicotine and other flavours by heating a liquid and are promoted as a safer alternative to conventional cigarettes, which generate the nicotine aerosol by burning tobacco. The researchers found that the total odds of having a heart attack were about the same for those who continued to smoke cigarettes daily as those who switched to daily e-cigarette use. For those who used both products daily, the odds of having had a heart attack were 4.6 times that of people who had never used either product. The authors also said that while there was a 'lasting effect' associated with being a former smoker, there was not a significant increase in myocardial infarction risk for former or (sometimes) e-cigarette users. This is the first study to examine the relationship between e-cigarette use and heart attacks and begins to fill the understanding of the effects of e-cigarettes on long-term health. The full findings are present in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ☛ Subscribe to our Youtube Channel - https://goo.gl/k1Aee1 ☛ Visit our Official website: https://www.aninews.in/ Enjoy and stay connected with us!! ☛ Like us: https://www.facebook.com/ANINEWS.IN ☛Follow us : https://twitter.com/ANI ☛ Circle us : https://goo.gl/QN5kXy ☛ Feedback to Shrawan K Poddar : [email protected]
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New Study Reveals SHOCKING Information About Vaping
New Study Reveals SHOCKING Information About Vaping Subscribe To Informoverload: http://bit.ly/2xB5CqA *NEW* CHANNEL - Fortnite Central: http://bit.ly/2HeBjNR Soo you know how I said that vaping is a relatively new thing and scientists haven’t gotten a chance to really study its long term effects on humans? Well a disturbing new study has revealed the effects on the respiratory system. ------------------------------------ STORY LINK: https://bit.ly/2wm9gog ------------------------------------ CONNECT WITH US: Instagram: http://instagram.com/informoverload Twitter: https://twitter.com/InformOverload Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InformOverload iO T-Shirts: http://iostore.spreadshirt.com For business inquiries, please contact [email protected] ------------------------------------ IN THIS VIDEO: Charlotte Dobre: http://instagram.com/charlaychaplin ------------------------------------ PRODUCER & FILMED BY: Hayley James: http://instagram.com/haaaylaay ------------------------------------ VIDEO EDITED BY: Theresa Morozovitch: http://instagram.com/tessatv999
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Report: Risk Of Cancer From Some E-Cigarettes
A study for Japan"s health industry suggests some of the electronic devices examined have high levels of toxins. A study for Japan"s health industry suggests some of the electronic devices examined have high levels of toxins. A study for Japan"s health industry suggests some of the electronic devices examined have high levels of toxins. Report: Risk Of Cancer From Some E-Cigarettes Report: Risk Of Cancer From Some E-Cigarettes Report: Risk Of Cancer From Some E-Cigarettes
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E-cigarette Vapors Contain Toxic Metals
According to a new study, E-cigarette vapors contain toxic metals. Scientists at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health found that lead can leak from heating coils into the device's aerosols. They tested for 15 metals in e-cigarette vapor. They found high levels of chromium, manganese and nickel, but excluded arsenic, titanium, uranium and tungsten due to their low levels. The researchers took examples from e-liquids in the vapers' refilling dispensers, the e-liquids in coils' tanks and in the generated aerosols. Another study examining e-cigarette users found nickel and chromium level in urine and saliva, indicating they were exposed to the materials from the aerosol. https://www.upi.com/Health_News/2018/02/22/E-cigarette-vapors-contain-toxic-chemicals-study-finds/2761519321273/ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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Are Vapes Dangerous?
As vaporizers have become more accepted in society, you’ve probably seen many headlines in the media about the dangers of vaporizers. But...are Vapes really Dangerous? https://veppocig.com/ News stories have shown reports of batteries exploding in pockets, toxins in vapor, nicotine being dangerous, etc. The general public may be wondering - how accurate are these stories? This information aims to put exaggeration to bed and give you the facts about dangers associated with vaporizers. The most common vape stories can be split into three main categories: 1) Exploding Batteries The majority of vaporizers use lithium batteries. In 2014, the U.S. Fire Administration carried out a study that looked at these explosions, examining reports of exploding batteries that occurred between 2009 and 2014. They only found 25 cases. The odds of a lithium-ion battery failing is about one in a million. In 20 of the 25 explosion cases, the battery exploded while charging and was mostly from self-built devices. 2) Toxins While there are some toxins present in vapor, the amount is so low that it poses minimal risk to users. Many people have expressed concerns over the dangers posed by secondhand vapor. Multiple studies discovered that secondhand vapor poses less of a threat than exhaled air. Secondhand vapor and secondhand smoke are two drastically different substances! 3) Nicotine The truth about nicotine may surprise you. While it may be an addictive substance (and there is much debate over this claim), it is not carcinogenic. Similar to caffeine, it poses a minimal level of health risk. As of right now, all the research points to the fact that vaping poses minimal risk to public health. We hope this helped you gain a better understanding of the risks associated with vaping. If you'd like to get more information about the vaporizers in our store - visit the website below! https://veppocig.com/shop-now/vaporizers/ Best of luck on your vaping journey!
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E-cigarettes May Cause High Risk Of Cardiac Issues
New research from the European Society of Cardiology reveals that the use of electronic cigarettes can lead to the risk of long-term issues with your cardiac health. The use of the products have continued to rise over the years, but research into the impact of using the products has not been fully vetted. According to UPI online researchers have stated the results of their findings "have critical implications for the long-term cardiac risks associated with habitual e-cigarette use and mandate a re-examination of aerosolized nicotine and its metabolites," http://www.upi.com/Health_News/2017/02/01/E-cigarettes-may-increase-risk-of-cardiac-issues-Study/8091485967987/ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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Health Risks Associated with E Cigarettes
It is harder to smoke e-cigarettes as you need to suck harder on them while smoking.There are certain chemicals present in E-Cigarettes that could be cancerous.It is harmful for people suffering from heart ailments. For more detail log on http://www.eco-electroniccigarettes.com/testimonials
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Are electronic cigarettes safe? BBC News
Subscribe to BBC News www.youtube.com/bbcnews Is there any medical evidence which proves that electronic cigarettes are bad for your health? Figures suggest the number of people using electronic cigarettes in Britain has trebled in the past 2 years. Subscribe http://www.youtube.com/bbcnews Check out our website: http://www.bbc.com/news Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bbcworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/bbcnews
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Are e-cigs safe?
Todd reports on new research out of Albuquerque Subscribe to KOAT on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1jocB9r Get more Albuquerque news: http://koat.com Like us:http://facebook.com/KOAT7 Follow us: http://twitter.com/KOATLiveUpdates Google+: http://plus.google.com/+koat
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The ABCs of E-Cigarettes
Welcome to what may be the future of smoking -electronic cigarettes. Instead of burning nicotine, users vaporize it instead. "I know what is in a cigarette, and I try to say maybe this is better. I hope. I feel better, so maybe it is better," says James Didio, an e-cigarette user. Health experts are having a similar reaction. Some studies show that the battery-powered e-cigarettes are healthier than traditional smokes, but doctors stop short of issuing an endorsement. "They're not adequately studied for us to give a medical opinion," says pulmonologist Dr. Sunil Pammi with Lee Memorial Health System. E-cigarettes are not regulated, although the FDA has requested information on them. A typical cigarette contains more than 4,000 chemicals. The electronic version is thought to have far fewer chemicals and carcinogens. However, no one really knows what is in an e-cigarette, because manufacturers don't have to tell. "You're not sure where the chemicals are coming from, but they do contain chemicals. They're oil-based and contain nicotine in them. When you go to the store and you buy a patch, it says 14 mg of nicotine per patch. That's what you're getting. It is regulated, it is monitored and it is carefully manufactured," says Pammi. Unlike nicotine patches and gum, which are designed to wean people from smoking, e-cigarettes have no stated purpose. "Well, interestingly, I think a lot of people have the intention of using the e-cigarette as a replacement for a cigarette," says Pammi. "Every time I try and put it down, and not have it for a day, I end up picking it back up. Maybe out of force of habit," says Didio. By keeping hand motions intact and getting a hit of nicotine, people may be less inclined to kick the habit once and for all. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we've been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org
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E-cigarette users at risk of brain and heart damage  - Nz News
E-cigarette users are inhaling significant amounts of lead and other toxic metals linked to heart and brain damage with each puff on their devices, a new study warns.The last several years have seen a surge in vaping - especially among teenagers and young adults - as health officials, doctors and even tobacco companies have touted it as a safer alternative to cigarette smoking.But, many experts have cautioned that the health effects of vaping remain largely unknown.Researchers at Johns Hopkins University found dangerous levels of toxins - including lead, chromium and arsenic - in e-cigarette vapor.As e-cigarettes become more popular, research on their health effects is slowly emerging.Vaping is thought to be as much as 95 percent safer than cigarette smoking, but mounting evidence suggests that the devices could still pose serious risks.Most studies thus far have focused on the flavored 'e-liquids' that fuel the devices. Some of these have shown that certain flavors - particularly the sweet ones popular with teenagers - contain toxins that can damage white blood cells and raise cancer risks.Part of the purported safety advantage of e-cigarettes over combustible tobacco is that they use liquid vapor instead of smoke from burning plant, paper and chemical products.But their heating mechanisms - battery-powered atomizers, or heating coils - have been the subjects of little research.In the new study, published in Environmental Health Perspectives, the researchers examined the hea E-cigarette users at risk of brain and heart damage - Nz News Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5424525/Brain-heart-risk-e-cigarette-users-inhaling-lead.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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New research on E-cigarettes
A University of Hawaii Cancer Center study says tobacco smokers who first tried nicotine gum, patches or medication were up to 4 times likely to pick up e-cigs. Subscribe to KITV on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1hxKwsa Get more Honolulu news: http://kitv.com Like us:http://facebook.com/KITV4 Follow us: http://twitter.com/KITV4 Google+: http://plus.google.com/+kitv
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@Reviewtechusa Response to your E-cig video
links to studies formaldehyde in e-cigarettes http://www.ecigarette-research.com/web/index.php/2013-04-07-09-50-07/122-german-cancer-research-center-and-the-case-of-formaldehyde-in-e-cigarettes-countless-mistakes-impressive-misinformation contents of vapor study http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/12776603-latest-studies-confirm-ecigarette-vapor-safety nicotine cessation statistics http://whyquit.com/whyquit/A_RealWorldNRT.html
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E-cigarettes temperature of evaporation study-Crowdfunding campaign
A big thanks to Dimitris Agrafiotis, Phil Busardo and everyone who contributed to the crowdfunding campaign or helped promoting the campaign.
E-cigarettes - Are they really safe?
Electronic cigarettes - are they really a safer alternative to regular smoking. Hear some comments from medical doctors and few recent studies done on e-cigarettes
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Study Suggests E-cigarettes Help Smokers Quit
The debate over the benefits and risks of e-cigarettes continues as a new British study suggests that e-cigarette smokers are 60% more likely to quit smoking than nicotine product users and those not using anything. (May 21)
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Smoking vs Vaping
Is vaping actually better for your health? SUBSCRIBE for more (it's free!): http://bit.ly/asapsci Get FREE Audiobook: http://audible.com/asap SHARE on Twitter: http://ctt.ec/7F9ac & Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1NyLQ00 Written by: Annik Carson, Gregory Brown and Mitchell Moffit GET THE ASAPSCIENCE BOOK: http://asapscience.com/book/ FOLLOW US! Instagram and Twitter: @whalewatchmeplz and @mitchellmoffit Clickable: http://bit.ly/16F1jeC and http://bit.ly/15J7ube AsapINSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/asapscience/ Facebook: http://facebook.com/AsapSCIENCE Twitter: http://twitter.com/AsapSCIENCE Tumblr: http://asapscience.tumblr.com Vine: Search "AsapSCIENCE" on vine! SNAPCHAT 'whalewatchmeplz' and 'pixelmitch' Created by Mitchell Moffit (twitter @mitchellmoffit) and Gregory Brown (twitter @whalewatchmeplz). Send us stuff! ASAPSCIENCE INC. P.O. Box 93, Toronto P Toronto, ON, M5S2S6 Further Reading: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1853086/ http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1300/J175v01n03_09#.VZ094_lVhBd http://thebrain.mcgill.ca/flash/i/i_03/i_03_m/i_03_m_par/i_03_m_par_nicotine.html http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/129/19/1972.full http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22283580 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24898072
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Pitfalls in e-cigarette research: lessons from the current literature
Konstantinos Farsalinos looks at the pitfalls in e-cigarette research, methodology, presentation and interpretation . Global Forum on Nicotine, Warsaw, 2015
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Do e-cigarettes still pose health concerns?
Smokers who want to kick the habit often try things like the nicotine patch and now, many use e-cigarettes. But are they really less harmful than cigarettes?
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Are you e-cigarettes user, FDA REGULATION ON THE WAY
Are you e-cigarettes user, FDA REGULATION ON THE WAY The hopes for a healthy cigarette may be nothing more than a pipe dream. A new study suggests that the popular e-cigarettes may contain a comparable level of carcinogens to regular cigarettes. In recent years, e-cigarettes have become a popular alternative for smokers. The device uses heat to vaporize nicotine but does not actually contain tobacco. For smokers trying to kick their habit, or at least reduce health risks, the e-cigarettes appeared to provide a desirable third way, allowing smokers to get their nicotine fixes while avoiding most of the health risks commonly associated with smoking, including cancer. However, a report released in France's National Consumer Institute magazine on Monday says that many e-cigarettes actually contain "a significant quantity of carcinogenic molecules" than had been reported in earlier studies. According to the study, researchers found that 3 in 10 e-cigarettes contain levels of formaldehyde and acrolein that are nearly equal to levels found in standard cigarettes . "This is not a reason to ban them, but to place them under better control," National Consumer Institute's editor in chief Thomas Laurenceau said. As The Wall Street Journal reports, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is already considering new potential regulations for the e-cigarettes , including a ban on online sales. Because the e-cigarettes do not actually emit tobacco smoke, users have largely been able to avoid restrictions applied to traditional smokers. On Tuesday, the Seal Beach, CA city council announced it was placing a 45 day ban on e-cigarette vendors so that the city could spend more time examining the potential health risks of the devices. The e-cigarette market has been booming. In 2012, the e-cigarette industry recorded more than $1 billion in sales, with profits expected to reach $10 billion within five years. Some even estimate that e-cigarette sales could surpass traditional cigarette sales in the next few decades. The Verge notes that a recent report from Wells Fargo pointed to the public's belief that e-cigarettes are healthier than traditional smoking as the reason behind their surge in popularity, describing their growth potential as a "promising opportunity" for investors. "E-cigarettes are more than just a fad," reads an excerpt from the report. "E-Cigarettes' appeal stems from a variety of perceived advantages over traditional cigarettes, most commonly the perceptions that e-cigarettes are healthier, cheaper, and can be used almost anywhere." However, the future of the e-cigarette industry could change with those potential FDA regulations coming as soon as this fall. "It is true that more research is needed on the health effects of e-cigarettes," Mitch Zeller, director of the FDA's Center for Tobacco Products, told the WSJ. "However, we do not need more research on whether e-cigarettes should or should not be included in proposed FDA regulations.
Part II - E-Cigarette Symposium
Ryan Kennedy, PhD Global E-Cigarette Regulatory Approaches Dr. Ryan Kennedy earned his doctoral degree from the University of Waterloo. He is a tobacco control researcher interested in policy development, implementation, and evaluation. Dr. Kennedy has a background in air quality science and has led studies measuring tobacco smoke pollution in a variety of settings, including outdoor environments and residential spaces. He is also interested in tobacco cessation -- particularly in systems that can support tobacco users, such as quitlines and support from primary care providers. Collaborating with a team of researchers from across Canada, Dr. Kennedy has studied the role optometrists can, and do play in youth tobacco use prevention and patient tobacco cessation. Dr. Kennedy was a Research Fellow (2010-2011) and Research Associate (2011-2012) at the Harvard School of Public Health in the department of Social and Behavioral Sciences. He worked on a study examining tobacco product design and opportunities for product regulation under the 2009 Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act. Before joining the Department of Health, Behavior and Society at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health as Assistant Professor in 2013, Dr. Kennedy worked at the Harvard Clinical and Translational Science Center in the Community Health Innovation and Research Program (CHIRP), supporting translational science efforts across Harvard. During his graduate studies, he worked with Dr. Geoffrey T. Fong and other investigators with the International Tobacco Control Policy Evaluation Project (ITC) at the University of Waterloo as well as the longitudinal cohort study in France.
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Uncovering the Science Behind E-Cigarettes with Tory Spindle
Tory Spindle is a doctoral candidate in Virginia Commonwealth University’s Health Psychology doctoral program and a member of the VCU Center for the Study of Tobacco Products (CSTP). Tory's primary area of research is focused on understanding the acute effects of e-cigs by using clinical laboratory methods. He has also utilized the Spit for Science dataset to conduct a year-long longitudinal examination of e-cig and cigarette use patterns of VCU undergraduates. Specific goals of this investigation were to determine whether the use of e-cigs would lead non-smoking individuals to later use tobacco cigarettes and to explore whether several factors which are historically predictive of initiating cigarette smoking such as anxiety and impulsivity, also result in the uptake of e-cigs. The COBE Connect lunch series brings together researchers, student affairs professionals, students, and other members of the university community to present on research and programming related to behavioral and emotional health in students. To learn more, visit http://cobe.vcu.edu/about/cobe-connect/
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E cigarette research temperature of evaporation Callout
We need everyone's help to fund this study, check out all the details below. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/e-cigarette-research-temperature-of-evaporation Huge shout out to those who have already donated. Cignot - https://www.cignot.com & http://cignot.net Cignot Colorado - http://www.cignotcolorado.com/ Vapor Kings - http://www.vaporkings.com Ecigsupply - http://www.ecigsupply.com DashVapes - http://www.dashvapes.com Called out for the challenge Vapor Source, Centennial Vapor, Vaper Tech, High Voltage Vapor, Vapor Lead, Boulder Vape House, The Vapor Shop, Mid Town E-eliquids, Breaking Habit, Workshop Vapor, Jvapes, Mojo Vapo, Absolute Vapor
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Kids who try e-cigs are 12 times as likely to start smoking tobacco
Children who try e-cigarettes are 12 times more likely to smoke tobacco, research has found.Scientists have uncovered strong evidence of a so-called ‘gateway effect’, according to the first UK study of its kind.The results are highly controversial because public health officials have been promoting e-cigarettes as a safe way of quitting smoking.Researchers from King’s College London and Cancer Research UK looked at 1,152 children aged 11 to 18, who were subsequently followed for four to six months.At the beginning of the study, a total of 11.4per cent had tried e-cigarettes and 19.8per cent had used ordinary tobacco cigarettes.After between four and six months, those who had tried an e-cig were 12 times more likely to move on to tobacco cigarettes compared to children who had never used them.The results were published in a little-known journal at the end of last month, but not widely publicised in the media.They fly in the face of the campaign from Public Health England that e-cigarettes should be widely promoted as a safe alternative to tobacco.Only last month the organisation published a major report urging doctors to prescribe the devices to smokers – including pregnant women.Officials at PHE – the Government’s health protection agency – have also insisted there is no evidence e-cigarettes encourage children to start smoking tobacco.But a growing number of experts are worried about their long-term effects, particularly as there is so little evidence on their safety.Research on animals has linked them to certain cancers, heart disease and lung conditions.The findings of this study are being circulated among academics and officials at local councils who are concerned about PHE’s recommendations.Published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, it was the first to examine the evidence of a gateway effect of e-cigarettes and tobacco.Katie East, lead author of the study from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King’s College London, said: ‘These findings do suggest that some young people progress from trying e-cigarettes to trying tobacco cigarettes, but also that some go from trying cigarettes to e-cigarettes.’ Similar research in the US has found children who try e-cigarettes are four times more likely to move on to tobacco.Later this month the health watchdog Nice will publish guidelines for doctors which are expected to be more cautious about the use of e-cigarettes.They are likely to tell doctors not to prescribe them to those who are trying to quit smoking, due to the limited evidence over their safety.Instead, patients will be advised try nicotine patches or gum as well as NHS support services.Around 2.9million adults in the UK use e-cigarettes, while 7.6million smoke ordinary cigarettes.
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Are eCigarettes Really Safe
Are eCigarettes Really Safe? Check out http://smokerslogicecigs.com/smokeless-cigarettes-safe/ "We are treasure chests with more jewels inside than we can imagine." -Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha http://ksmusselman.com/prospecting-gold Buy your LOGIC Power Series e-cigarettes here: http://ksmusselman.com/logic-ecigs4 (affiliate link) Share this video: http://youtu.be/zJgYJM8cwVg Electronic cigarettes are being marketed as a safer alternative to smoking tobacco. But just how safe are e-cigarettes? Are there any health risks? Let's examine electric smoking and compare it to "real" smoking so you can make an intelligent decision if this may be a wise smoking alternative for you. The most harmful aspect of smoking cigarettes is the 4,000 toxic chemicals that are inhaled when you burn tobacco. It's the actual smoke that is causing lung cancer and respiratory disease, not the nicotine. With electronic smoking none of these 4,000 toxic chemicals are produced because there is no smoke... nothing is actually burning. No smoke means no tar, carbon monoxide, etc. But what about the nicotine? E-cigarettes still deliver nicotine. How dangerous is that? More independent studies on the effects of nicotine by itself need to be done. Right now the health risks are still inconclusive. Nevertheless, it's obvious that a method of delivering nicotine that doesn't involve real smoke is going to be much safer than burning tobacco. The FDA recently reported that traces of carcinogens where found in a sample of electronic cigarette nicotine liquid. However, these same carcinogens are also found in nicotine delivery alternatives like the patch and gum (which are both approved by the FDA). Also keep in mind that many every day foods like peanut butter contain trace levels of carcinogens. This is not to say that we should not be concerned about it. Just keep it in perspective. It's important to remember that the dose of a particular carcinogen is an important factor in it's toxicity. If carcinogens are present in e-cigarette vapor, it doesn't not appear to be in high doses. Right now there is no evidence that these carcinogens are are even translated into the actual electronic cigarette vapor that is inhaled. Are electronic cigarettes totally safe? E-cigarettes give smokers an alternative that appears to be much safer and will probably save countless lives. Given a choice between the two? I think it's a no brainer... Buy your LOGIC Power Series e-cigarettes here: http://ksmusselman.com/logic-ecigs4 (affiliate link) Read this on our blog: http://smokerslogicecigs.com/smokeless-cigarettes-safe/ Share this video: http://youtu.be/zJgYJM8cwVg "We are treasure chests with more jewels inside than we can imagine." -Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha http://ksmusselman.com/prospecting-gold
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Can Smoking A Few Cigarettes Harm You?
But some are smokers don't think a few cigarettes will harm their health 5 dec 2016 smoking just one cigarette day significantly increases risk of death, new take much to put you at higher death. Will an occasional cigarette damage your health? Health & wellbeing. Googleusercontent search. 12 dec 2016 if you're one of those people who smoke just a few cigarettes a week that can show the health risks of smoking just a few cigarettes a day, dr. Think an occasional cigarette is ok? Your health still in danger. Cigarette smoking is harmful because it predisposes you to diseases coronary heart disease (even a very few number of cigarettes) can have disastrous effects when combined with certain medications. There are few studies that have examined the role of nicotine dependence among 24 jul 2015 we can all agree smoking is bad for you, but surely also really do smoke just a cigarettes week, website claims 17 apr nearly everyone knows harmful your health. But many people don't realize that smoking even one cigarette has serious, swift effects 25 oct 2011 currow points out that, since social smokers often combine with drinking, it's easy to lose track of the number cigarettes they've smoked. Cigarette that bad for you? The chart cnn is it ok if i only smoke socially? Webmd webmd smoking can you get away with social url? Q webcache. Then the additional risk from smoking a few cigarettes per week is probably comparable to those risks you 25 jun 2009 yes. Group] parallel dangers observed among daily smoking, particularly for cardiovascular disease. If you smoke a pack day, ration your cigaretts of trying to quit is harder on the baby than couple cigarettes 22 sep 2005 smoking just one four day almost triples smoker's risk higher, and lung cancer would have been 47. However, currow fears that once addicted to the nicotine in cigarettes, both social and occasional smokers may move heavier smoking are these few cigarettes still really bad for my health? Not even good studies out there indicating any level of real harm most people if they were 30 or 40 per month! would you be safer neither drinking nor your life? . Cigarette that bad for you? The chart cnn is it ok if i only smoke socially? Webmd. ' 17 apr 2015 smokers still wrongly believe just a few cigarettes a day aren't damaging their health, researchers have warned. Could not compare the effects of smoking every other day, few days, i smoke about 3 5 a day having cut down years ago from 20 habit. But they often think 8 jun 2011 try to reduce your smoking. However, it's a myth to believe that if you smoke only two cigarettes week for example, or just on the weekends, it won't affect your health. If i only smoke 4 cigarettes a day what is the point of quitting social smoking really all that bad for me? Can you get cancer from occasional cigarette? Vice. I am a 23 year old india who does daily cardio exercise, yet i smoke is smoking few cigarettes per week harmful? What are the effects an occasional cigar
Views: 463 Don't Question Me
This time last year an "electronic cigarette," or vapor shop didn't exist in Joplin. Now at least seven stores exist in the Joplin area, with more scheduled to open up soon. But without studies on long-term health effects many worry it might be too soon to tell how safe the product really is. KOAM's Liz Holliday explains
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Part I - E-Cigarette Symposium
Part 1 - Envisioning a Tobacco Free Future Welcome by Michael J. Klag, MD, MPH '87 Dean, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Introduction by David Holtgrave, PhD Professor and Chair Department of Health, Behavior and Society Lecture by David Abrams, PhD Cigarettes and E-cigarettes: A historical perspective and overview of the field David Abrams, PhD Dr. David Abrams earned his doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Rutgers University. He is Executive Director of The Schroeder Institute for Tobacco Research and Policy Studies at Legacy, and a Professor at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Georgetown University Medical Center and the University of Maryland. A clinical health psychologist, he was Director of the Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and prior to that he was Professor and founding Director of the Centers for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine at Brown University Medical School. Dr. Abrams provides scientific leadership in the areas of health promotion and disease prevention, with a focus on tobacco control. Since the passage of the Tobacco Control Act of 2009, he has focused on the new discipline of regulatory science to inform FDA's Center for Tobacco Products. Dr. Abrams has published over 250 scholarly articles and served as Principal or Co-investigator on 65 grants, including a National Cancer Institute (NCI) Program Project award. He is lead author of The Tobacco Dependence Treatment Handbook: A Guide to Best Practices, and a recipient of a book-of-the-year award. He received the Joseph Cullen Memorial Award from the American Society for Preventive Oncology for lifetime contributions to tobacco control research. He has served as President of the Society for Behavioral Medicine and is a recipient of its Distinguished Scientist and Mentorship awards. He is lead author on a concluding chapter of the 2014 Fiftieth Anniversary Surgeon General's Report on Tobacco and Health and received the research laureate award from the American Academy of Health Behavior in March 2014.
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FDA Announces New E Cigarette Regulations
The Food and Drug Administration has announced a new series of regulations to control e-cigarettes and cigars. Other tobacco products will also be affected by these new rulings. The FDA already regulated cigarettes, bulk and smokeless tobacco. The new announcement extends their power to control electronic cigarettes, hookahs and all pipe tobacco. Under the new regulations, purchasers of any of these products will need to be at least 18 years old. Some states may establish higher age limits. The agency will also need to approve any advertising claiming reduced risk from tobacco use. Free samples from tobacco manufacturers and distributors would be prohibited, and all companies selling tobacco products will need to register with the FDA. The FDA regulations are subject to a 75-day waiting period, during which the agency will collect feedback from the public. Tobacco sales from vending machines will be prohibited. Packaging for all affected products will be required, warning users of health risks. When new rules go into effect, warnings about addiction wold be the only mandatory labels on e-cigarettes. Vaporizers contain a small amount of nicotine in liquid form. When a user presses a button, the sample is heated until some of the material converts into vapor. These devices have not yet been subject to federal regulation, a situation which FDA commissioner Margaret Hamburg described as "the wild, wild, west." The government official worries that e-cigarettes "might be a gateway to other harmful tobacco products" for young people. According to the Centers for Disease Control, during February, there were 215 calls to poison centers nationwide involving e-cigarettes. Just over 100 of these calls involved minors, Hamburg told the press. There are roughly 80 million people under the age of 19 living in the United States, and 42 million adult smokers. The FDA commissioner stated, "We think that there's a lot of information that needs to be understood about e-cigarettes and their use. We're trying to help provide some of that information through research that we're conducting." http://www.cnn.com/2014/04/24/health/fda-e-cigarette-regulations http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/fda-e-cigarette-cigar-regulations-roll-out http://www.bustle.com/articles/22217-fda-proposes-e-cigarette-ban-for-minors-plans-to-regulate-other- tobacco http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/24/health/fda-will-propose-new-regulations-for-e-cigarettes.html? hpw&rref=us http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/04/24/fda-e-cigarette-rules/8050875 Download your free Next News "Heroes & Villains" Poster here: http://nextnewsnetwork.com/the-2013-heroes-villains-posters Donate USD: http://nnn.is/donate-dollars Donate BTC: http://nnn.is/donate-bitcoin LIVE: http://NextNewsNetwork.com Facebook: http://Facebook.com/NextNewsNet Twitter: http://Twitter.com/NextNewsNet Sub: http://NNN.is/the_new_media Meet the Next News Team: http://youtu.be/2QnNKwQ2WkY Hashtag: #N3 About: Next News Network's World News program airs daily at 6pm and 11pm Eastern on Comcast, DirecTV and Over-the-Air and Online at http://NNN.is/on- World News is available to 6 million viewers from South Beach to Sebastian, Florida and to 2 million viewers in Boston, Massachusetts via . broadcasts on RF channel 44 (virtual channel 9) from Palm City and is carried on cable TV channels 44 (SD) and 1044 (HD) by AT&T, on cable channels 17 (SD) and 438 (HD) in West Palm Beach by Comcast, on satellite channel 44 (SD) in West Palm Beach by DIRECTV, and on -Boston which broadcasts on RF channel 38 (virtual channel 6) from the Government Center district in downtown Boston. More about : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ #SR Community Guidelines Disclaimer: The points of view and purpose of this video is not to bully or harass anybody, but rather share that opinion and thoughts with other like-minded individuals curious about the subject to encourage conversation and awareness.
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New Research: E-cigarettes May Cause Cancer After All
According to a new study in the journal Oral Oncology, e-cigarettes and vaping may be “no better” for users than regular cigarettes, and may be a cancer-risking activity. Their methodology, according to the Guardian: The scientists treated cells in petri dishes with vapour from a nicotine-based e-cigarette and a nicotine-free variety and found that the cells exposed to either vapour were more likely to become damaged or die than those that had not. So we may be identifying other carcinogenic components that are previously undescribed,” Dr. Wang-Rodriguez said of the study. http://fusion.net/story/250347/vaping-ecigarettes-cancer/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=/feed/ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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Cardiologist Answers Questions about e-Cigarettes
Nicotine vapor products, or e-cigarettes, are known by many names—a number of specific brand names as well as slang terms such as "vape pipes," "hookah pens," and "e-hookahs." Regardless of the name, many people wonder about the potential health risks of these products. Dennis W. Kim, MD, PhD, FSCAI, summarizes need-to-know information about e-cigarettes. Learn about nicotine vapor products and questions to ask your provider before you or someone you love starts inhaling. http://www.scai.org/SecondsCount/Resources/Detail.aspx?cid=feffc9f9-479c-4c0d-8b00-f2e118f889df
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Researchers find toxins in e-cigarette vapor
Researchers at Roswell Park say there is as much formaldehyde in e-cigarette vapor as there is in a real cigarette under the right conditions.
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Electronic Cigarettes May Increase Conventional Cigarette Use Among Youths A Study Finds
Electronic Cigarettes May Increase Conventional Cigarette Use Among Youths A Study Finds Please like, subscribe, comment and share! SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrJohnKiel FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/medicinelifestyle TWITTER: https://twitter.com/LifestyleMedYou Despite the electronic cigarette being invented more than 50 years ago, it has gained a lot of attention in the last decade or two. This is partially due to it's ability to deliver nicotine to consumers potentially without the risks of cigarette smoke. It does this by vaporizing the nicotine and other products, leading to lower levels of toxic substances than your typical combustion cigarette. Despite the aggressive marketing of these products, their safety and risk reduction compared to conventional cigarettes has not been well documented. According to the American Lung Association, "There is no government oversight of these products and absent Food and Drug Administration (FDA) oversight, there is no way for the public health, medical community or consumers to know what chemicals are contained in e-cigarettes or what the short and long term health implications might be." This statement is congruent with many healthcare professionals and medical associations. They are concerned about the growing popularity of electronic cigarettes in the landscape of very little regulation or knowledge regarding their health implications. Despite the issues raised by public health and medical organizations, these products continue to gain popularity in the general public and are being marketed heavily by manufacturers, including young adults. Prior studies have well documented that exposure to cigarette advertising as a youth increases your risk of smoking as an adult. According to the The 2011 and 2012 National Youth Tobacco Survey (NYTS), among children between the grades of 6 and 12, electronic cigarette use doubled from 3.3% to 6.8% among that population. Similar trends of increasing use have been demonstrated among adults in the United States and abroad. Although they have not been proven to work as smoking cessation devices, that is one of their primary marketing points in addition to reducing tobacco smoke, ash and smell. To date, there is little evidence supporting the use of electronic cigarettes as a smoking cessation device.
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Formaldehyde In Vapor? The Mainstream Media, Half Truths And Outright Lies On TVC News
Tonight is a special TVC news update. Original Study from the New England Journal Of Medicine http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMc1413069?query=featured_home Additional links- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZQQZDavmyw http://vaping.info/news/2015/new-e-cig-study-hypes-formaldehyde-fears-based-faulty-experiments http://www.ecigarette-research.com/web/index.php/2013-04-07-09-50-07/2015/191-form-nejm http://www.ecigarette-research.com/web/index.php/2013-04-07-09-50-07/2015/192-form-ver http://www.clivebates.com/?p=2706 All ideas, opinions, beliefs, perspectives, and views contained in this video are mine alone. I will fight for my right to vape like my life depends on it. Because it does. Voice the truth. Join CASAA http://www.casaa.org If you enjoy my videos and would like to see more of them in the future please subscribe to my youtube channel. You can also visit me on the web at http://www.thevaporchronicles.com. Thank You. Want to get the word out about your products? Inquire at - [email protected]
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Switching from smoking to vaping does reduce your carcinogens
Are electronic cigarettes really any safer than smoking? A study that looked at the amount of cancer-causing chemicals in smoker’s bodies suggests yes. Read more: http://ow.ly/tMf6308LxLE
Views: 5136 New Scientist

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